How to better protect your organization's most valuable data

How to better protect your organization’s most valuable data

Many organizations underestimate the value of their data to skilled and organized cybercriminals, said security provider eSentire. Keeping up with cybercriminals can be a never-ending…

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MAZE Relaunches "Name and Shame" Website

MAZE Relaunches “Name and Shame” Website

A threat group has once again taken to the internet to publish data stolen from alleged victims who refuse to cooperate with its ransom demands.…

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Ransomware Attack Topples Telemarketing Firm, Leaving Hundreds Jobless

Ransomware Attack Topples Telemarketing Firm, Leaving Hundreds Jobless

A ransomware attack reportedly caused an Arkansas-based telemarketing company to temporarily suspend its operations, leaving hundreds of employees unsure that they still had jobs days…

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Ransomware or Wiper? LockerGoga Straddles the Line

Ransomware or Wiper? LockerGoga Straddles the Line

Ransomware attacks have been in the news with increased frequency over the past few years. This type of malware can be extremely disruptive and even…

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Cryptojacking Displaces Ransomware As Most Popular Cyberthreat

Cryptojacking Displaces Ransomware As Most Popular Cyberthreat

If you’re concerned about cybersecurity, and you’re not up to speed on illicit crypto mining, aka ‘cryptojacking,’ then it’s time to get with the program.…

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Ransomware: Still Going Strong 30 Years On

Ransomware: Still Going Strong 30 Years On

Next month marks the 30th anniversary of the first-ever ransomware attack, and according to new research, this particular form of malware is still going strong.…

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Nearly 60% of businesses suffered a data breach in the past 3 years

Nearly 60% of businesses suffered a data breach in the past 3 years

In the spirit of October being the 16th Annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a recent Bitdefender study outlined the cybersecurity conditions of infosecurity companies across…

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Even DSLR cameras are vulnerable to ransomware

Cameras are among the few devices that don’t connect to the internet, so you’d think they’d be immune to hackers. However, researchers have discovered that some DSLRs…

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A universal bypass tricks Cylance AI antivirus into accepting all top 10 Malware

A universal bypass tricks Cylance AI antivirus into accepting all top 10 Malware

Researchers from Skylight Cyber, an Australian cybersecurity enterprise, have tricked Blackberry Cylance’s AI-based antivirus product. They identified a peculiar bias of the antivirus product towards…

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Hacker Uses Porn To Lure Victims to Download Android Ransomware

Hacker Uses Porn To Lure Victims to Download Android Ransomware

A hacker has been using links to a porn app to trick users into installing a new Android ransomware strain. The ransomware, dubbed “Android/Filecoder.C” has been circulating…

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